Treat the whole family to a wet and wild vacation in Tulsa.
Where Route 66 goes, thrills are sure to follow, and Tulsa is no exception. Thanks to old-oil money, T-Town's Art Deco skyline continues to reach heavenward through a bevy of mansions, museums, arenas, and futurist-style university buildings. Alongside this "New Kind Of Energy"--the Tulsan anthem--hang the hallmarks of the heartland: hickory barbecue, Western Swing dancing, and the Arkansas River, whose banks are peppered with benches, bike paths, and trails downtown. A weave of green hills and parks, high walkability, and the cultural thrall of the Brady Arts District led to Tulsa's selection as one of Businessweek's Top 50 Best Cities in America.
The Wyndham Tulsa is an upscale, family-friendly hotel with splashes of luxury and excitement. Non-smoking two-queen rooms offer True Blue Spa products, individual climate settings, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Coast from your plush bed--covered in 100-percent cotton bedding--to a plate of fluffy eggs and crisp toast at the full breakfast buffet. This Wyndham boasts a 24-hour fitness center, but the real workout is the on-site water playground with slides, water cannons, and tricky rope bridges. For more relaxing aquatics, look no further than the hotel's pool and its Jacuzzi suites.
o Indulge your wild side at the Tulsa Zoo
o See what's beneath the surface at Oklahoma Aquarium
o Journey through playgrounds and sculpture gardens at River Parks
o Go on a shopping spree at The Woodland Hills Mall